From the archives, Trehilyn Uchaf, Pembrokeshire featured in Country Life Magazine article, “Heavenly holiday homes in Wales”.
Set in 70 acres of farmland, Trehilyn is only a mile from the dramatic Pembrokeshire coast, with its black volcanic headlands and red sandstone bays. The 1830s farmhouse derives its name from Heilyn, son of Gwyn the Old, a Welsh hero who appears in the medieval Mabinogion saga. Named by The Observer as one of the ‘Top 15 Green Places to Stay’ in Britain, it was restored by the BBC’s Griff Rhys Jones in consultation with the architectural historian Greg Stevenson, with a view to environmental sustainability. The interior preserves its original tiled floors, while the external stonework has been renovated with mortar and lime plaster in warm russet tones, and the roof retiled with North Wales slates. Adjacent is the smaller Trehilyn Isaf: the two houses can be booked together for large parties.https://www.countrylife.co.uk/travel/weekends-away/heavenly-holiday-homes-in-wales-14735#AbQJP59vwYo7yvhK.99